University of Copenhagen
Professor, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Chronic bacterial infections. Molecular mechanisms involved in microbial biofilm formation and persistence, including regulation of extracellular matrix production, intracellular c-di-GMP-signaling pathways, cell-to-cell signaling, and antibiotic tolerance mechanisms. Identification of drug candidates that can interfere with biofilm formation and antimicrobial tolerance. EDUCATION: Master of Science (chemical engineering) from the Technical University of Denmark. PhD in molecular microbiology from the Technical University of Denmark. dr.med. from the University of Copenhagen.
1995-2001: Post Doc at Department of Microbiology. Technical University of Denmark.
2001-2008: Associate Professor at Department of Systems Biology. Technical University of Denmark.
2008-2012: Associate Professor at Department of International Health, Immunology, and Microbiology. Faculty of Health Sciences. University of Copenhagen.
Peer-reviewed articles: >100. Citations: >15.000. H-index: >59. Book chapters: >10.